Massachusetts Elector Interviewed by Students
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Tuesday, December 13, 2016
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Nazda Alam was elected the first Muslim immigrant Asian American female in the history of the Massachusetts Electoral College.

History was made in August when Mrs. Nazda Alam originally, from Bangladesh and current resident of Weston, Massachusetts, was elected the  first Muslim immigrant Asian American female in the history of the Massachusetts Electoral College.  She was elected as one of the eleven members, representing Hillary Clinton as a Democratic delegate.

Alam visited Baird Middle School December 12th to be interviewed by BMS students who are creating short videos to submit to C-SPAN's annual national video documentary competition.  She answered questions regarding a variety of subjects including the Electoral College, immigration and the refugee crisis, and equal pay for women.
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